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Friday, 23 December 2016

Drug dealer jailed for 'peddling misery' on Bradford's streets

Drug dealer jailed for 'peddling misery' on Bradford's streets
Drug dealer jailed for 'peddling misery' on Bradford's streets

Drug dealer jailed for 'peddling misery' on Bradford's streets

A DRUG dealer has been jailed for more than three years for “peddling misery” on the streets of Bradford.
Mohammed Hussain, 23, of Fearnsides Terrace, Listerhills, was told by Recorder Andrew Haslam that his dealing of crack cocaine and heroin could “ruin people’s lives”.
Bradford Crown Court heard that Hussain was caught in possession of the drugs on February 23 this year.
He was a rear seat passenger in an Audi S3 Quattro that was pulled over by police at about 11pm. The car had been reported to officers earlier in the day as being involved in drug dealing.


Prosecutor Joe Culley told the court that Hussain had 44 packages of crack cocaine, weighing a total of 4.09grams and of 88 per cent purity, and 26 packages of heroin, which weighed a total of 3.33grams and was of 64 per cent purity.
The crack cocaine had an estimated street value of £306.75p, while the heroin was valued at £166.50p – a total of £473.25p.
Sentencing Hussain yesterday to three years and four months for possession with intent to supply class A drugs, Recorder Andrew Haslam said: “That is trading in misery, trading crack cocaine and diamorphine to drug addicts on the streets of this city. You know how seriously courts take peddling in any drugs, but particularly peddling in class A drugs like crack cocaine and diamorphine.
“They are the most addictive of drugs and they ruin people’s lives. This court must impose significant sentences on those who deal in them. That much is recognised by you and your counsel.”



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